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Come see us at Embedded World, 25 - 27 February 2020 // Nuremberg, Germany

We invite you to see us at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany. Do you want to see a demo of the latest Mender version, talk business, partnership opportunities, or have a plain low-level geek conversation, we are excited to meet new and existing users and customers.

Also, Mender's co-founder and CTO Eystein Måløy Stenberg will give a talk on OTA software updates for connected devices. Join u...

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The intersection of modern OTA updates and configuration management

The term over-the-air (OTA) updates is today often used interchangeably with “software updates” in the context of connected devices and IoT.

However, the term originates from the telecom industry, where it has been used for a much wider scope than just software. For example, a special type of SMS message from the cellular provider to all phone subscribers can change the way phones are configure...

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Choosing Yocto as your build system for your IoT project

Going from prototyping to production, one has many options to choose from to develop their IoT project. Yocto and other open source build systems such as Buildroot provide an automated, reliable and reproducible way to generate custom distribution images. Additionally, choosing a build system gives you complete control of the software and you can configure it to do anything you wish. It enab...

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The world's most secure and robust OTA solution

During 2015 we spent a lot of time talking to users and companies in the embedded space. Our early findings which continued to be confirmed during the market research showed that 50% of all connected devices had no way to be remotely updated. Besides some outliers, the other 50% had homegrown solutions to do over-the-air updates (OTA). Common for almost all homegrown solutions were their fragili...

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IoT Development: Going from prototyping to production with embedded Linux

With the advent of IoT and the proliferation of connected embedded devices across a variety of industry verticals, a large share of devices in development are based on Linux of one form or another due to their prevalence of low-cost boards with ready-made Linux distributions. Easily and cheaply acquiring hardware, building custom code, connecting the devices to other peripherals and the internet a...

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